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2017-2018 Sick Day Sneak Peak!

February 23rd, 2017 - Posted by willski in LINE Skis News, LINE Team News

Jeff Curry lays it down on the all new Sick Day 88

You Never Saw This…

We’ve never been a brand that accepts the status quo. It’s in our DNA. Always pressing forward, pursuing the illusive, and creating. And this year is no different. We took the LINE Sick Day Series, one of the more decorated lineups in skiing, and thought: how can we make this more fun?

So we went back to the drawing board, and retooled one of our favorite lines of skis. We realized we needed to make them arc better, make them surfier — all in all, we needed to make them…ahem, more funner.

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The 2017-2018 Sick Day Series

Let’s start with the specs: this upcoming year, the skis ring in at four different waist widths: 114, 104, 94, and 88. Each Ski features Magic Finger Filaments — carbon stringers running the length of the skis — that add snap and pop to an already stable chassis. Whether you’re rallying hardpack, or pilfering pillows in hero snow, there is a Sick Day for you.

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Leo T. Airs Out a Washington Classic. Photo: Mark Erickson

The 114, equipped with our featherweight Partly Cloudy Core, is meant for those days. You know — those days. The days you dream about. The days where the refills are free, and you froth and chomp at the bit. The days where you time gate drops perfectly, and the whiteroom is perpetual. Yeah, those days.

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Dylan Siggers Kicks Up Dust on the Sick Day 104. Photo: Nick Nault

Stepping down a bit, we are rolling out the Sick Day 104. This all-mountain, soft snow beast features a more gradual rocker line and a tail that will break loose with ease. But don’t think of this as a slouch on hardpack, either. This everyday quiver of one offers the snappy, good times vibe that won’t overbear or clap out after half a season.

The Sick Day 94 is the nimble, crud-busting every day ski that won’t blow it when an unexpected arctic pulse blankets the hills with a fresh coat. With a quick turn radius and ample camber, you’ll be able to arc and let ‘er buck in all conditions.

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Jeff Curry Arcing ‘Em Photo: Dan Brown

We round out the Sick Day family with the Sick Day 88. From east coast gladed cuts to high speed groomers, the 88 will be your everyday weapon of choice. Cut the tails, surf the earth, and rail turns on hardpack; whatever your day may have in store, the Sick Day 88 abides.

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Curry Contemplates Yet Another Sick Day. Photo: Dan Brown

            Whatever your pleasure, there’s a Sick Day with your name on it. Come fall, which one will you choose?

 

LINE at SIA2014

February 12th, 2014 - Posted by in Event Coverage, LINE Skis News

The 2014 SIA Snowshow just wrapped in Denver and we’re showing off what’s in stores later this year including the all new Magnum Opus and Supernatural series.


Introducing…


Magnum Opus

Mag•num Opus from the Latin meaning “great work,” refers to the largest, and perhaps the best, greatest, most popular, or most renowned achievement of an artist.

From Eric Pollard’s brain comes an impossibly light powder ski with futuristic materials and over 15 years of powder ski development behind it.

“The goal of the Magnum Opus was to create a ski that had the same all mountain performance as the Opus, but with increased float. I approached the design with a few ideas on how to accomplish that; larger waist, longer length, and a new tip outline & profile”

– Eric Pollard

The Supernatural Series

The formula for freeride fun is here. Take the industry’s first, mix in proven weight savings technology, freeride specific geometry in a collection of widths for any condition on Earth.

It’s time to make some new friends who can keep up

The Supernatual Series incorporates a full height & lenght 80 durometer Elastomer sidewall over the edges to absorb vibration & shock for a smooth solid ride.


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Our 2015 Gear on the Interweb!


Newschoolers SIA Review


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Photos from the Insta-Selfie Taking Machine.


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Will impersonated animals for Freeskier Magazine.*



*and talked about his recent filming with Level 1 & weather woes


You can pick up next year’s 2015 Sick Day 95 at the following retailers HERE!*



Amazing Art Makes Awesome Graphics

August 23rd, 2013 - Posted by in LINE Skis News, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

Check out what all the employees of Ski Magazine had to say about our new ski graphics in the newest 2014 Buyers Guide.

Colter’s Co-Lab

June 11th, 2013 - Posted by in LINE Skis News, LINE Team News

Line MC Colter Hinchcliffe has put together an incredible edit and needs your votes to help claim the $100,000 TGR Co-Lab prize! Voting is super easy and only requires logging into your Facebook account after clicking on the ‘Vote’ button above the video. Click here to watch and vote daily!

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